Milwaukee City Hall
J. P. Cullen & Sons Inc. was awarded a bid contract of $59,927,218 million to restore the exterior of the Milwaukee City Hall. Cullen’s competitor’s bid came in at $63,927,000. The project has a targeted completion date of November 2008.
Wisconsin State Capitol
Restoration and rehabilitation of the Wisconsin State Capitol, the State of Wisconsin’s most important office building, included public and private spaces.
Green County Judicial Center
This new 64,000 square-foot, three-story building was built to serve the citizens of Monroe, Wis. The project recycled 86% of its waste and was recognized for its recycling efforts by WKOW-27 in Madison.
Wauwatosa Fire Station
The new fire station features a green roof, photovoltaic cells (solar panels), and a solar hot water system. In addition, the building will have offices, sleep rooms, kitchen, dining area, lounge, wellness center, underground parking, and a five-stall apparatus bay (garage).
Oak Creek Police Department
This new police department and administration building donned a brick exterior with a standing seam metal roof to provide compelling visibility to the surrounding community.
Vernon County Sheriff Office
A new 58,400-square-foot sheriff’s office and detention center provides Vernon County with a facility that is staff efficient and has great flexibility.
Freeport Public Library
The new state-of-the-art facility stands proud with two floors adorned with sleekly designed windows to allow enough natural light to infiltrate the interior.
Jack Russell Memorial Library
The new 35,000 square-foot building will be the first “green” government building in the City of Hartford, built with sustainable methods and energy efficient design.
Matheson Memorial Library
The Matheson Memorial Library tripled the size of the facility without destroying the historical character of the original library.